Manos Tentzeris considers affordable printing crucial to making the backscattering technology market viable.

Manos Tentzeris considers affordable printing crucial to making the backscattering technology market viable.

Georgia Tech’s Manos Tentzeris considers affordable printing crucial to making the backscattering technology market viable. Georgia Tech was one of the first research institutes to use 3D printing up to millimeter-frequency ranges back in 2002. (Photo credit: Christopher Moore, Georgia Tech)

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  • Created On: Jun 25, 2021 - 4:30pm
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